yeah, the master of the hunt is totally going to use dire wolves for hunting.
The great thing about adapting a roleplaying site into a D&D campaign is that I have an entire website to fill up with information that I can organize really well instead of just a mess of notebooks all over the place.
MY SISTER MAKES VILLAIN CHARACTERS AND THEN GETS MAD WHEN PEOPLE DON’T LIKE THEM.
ALSO MY SIBLINGS ARE UNDER THE IMPRESSION THAT ‘LAWFUL’ MEANS EVIL AND ‘EVIL’ MEANS MISUNDERSTOOD.
Oh did I mention that my Rakshasa found a scroll of true resurrection, so he brought his friend back to life.
I think Jaye threw that in there so I wouldn’t be depressed every time we played her campaign.
I had a huuuuge fight with my sister the other day because I converted the monster race of Sphinx from DnD into a playable race. And I made it that only female-identifying sphinges can be adventurers because the idea of male sphinges just felt weird to me. And I’m not sure if I wrote it out or I just kept it in my head, but the male-identifying sphinges are all wild, so trans* masculine sphinges would revert back to the monstrous race and trans* feminine sphinges would become adventurers and guard mazes and all the standard sphinx stuff. Non-binary sphinges would be a blending or a lack of or whatever their identity was in relation to what their gender was. I didn’t really put that much thought into the non-binary section because I doubted my siblings would bother and I knew Jaye was talented enough to help me create an official section for that when the time came.
So my sister is yelling at me when I originally made the sphinx race because she thought it was bullshit male sphinges even existed, right?
And then my brother wants to make a sphinx character, so I let him see my notebook page and explain the basics (can’t be men, favored class, blah blah blah) and my sister just starts going off about how that’s not cool and how it’s fucked up and what about trans* sphinges (which I ended up explaining to her a million times) and what about a female sphinx who “chooses” to be male all of a sudden and I was like “… that’s not how gender works.” And so then she screamed at me for ten minutes on how that is how gender works and people do choose what gender they have!
So basically my sister has decided to only play humans or races other people have written up because mine are too restricting. Excuse me for taking society and culture into account and not assume that every adventurer was raised by a different race (read: humans) and therefore can be whatever they want and can basically be humans that look like sphinges with boosts to skills and shit.
For fuck’s sake. There’s a reason some races get restrictions.
Don’t even get me started on fucking rakshasas :|
forgot the password to that forum roleplay i almost made and I need stuff off of it for my new DnD campaign nooooo D;
Gonna play DnD and see if Sasha gets laid again.
Then sleep and an essay to write tomorrow (why is science so much work?).